Critical Race, Gender & Sexuality Studies

Dr. Ramona j.j. Bell, Critical Race, Gender & Sexuality Studies

Dr. Ramona j.j. Bell was an invited speaker in celebration of Women's Herstory Month at the University of Colorado Boulder on March 7, 2023.  She presented from her forthcoming book, Sporting DIVAS: Black Womanhood, Empowerment & Belonging. 

CRGS faculty with new essay on queer Filipinos, dating apps in Manila

Paul Michael L. Atienza’s essay “Sociotechnical Infrastructures: Tracing Gay Socio-Sexual App Socialities in Manila” is included in Beauty and Brutality: Manila and Its Global Discontents edited by Martin F. Manalansan IV, Robert Diaz, and Rolando B.

Ramona j.j. Bell

Dr. Bell recently gave an invited talk at the 50th Anniversary Celebration of Title IX and Women's Athletics at Syracuse University in New York. Her talk, "When Black Women Athletes Enter, We Enter With Them," is an excerpt from her forthcoming book Sporting D.I.V.A.S.

Maral has been invited to give two...

Maral N. Attallah has been invited to give two university lectures in British Columbia discussing her research on Armenian Genocide denial and the role we can all play in becoming active anti-deniers.

Maral N. Attallah

Maral N. Attallah, Lecturer in Critical Race, Gender & Sexuality Studies, presented research on “Armenian Genocide Denial and Resolution” at the Fifth International Conference on Genocide, held in Sacramento (November 1-3).

Ramona j.j. Bell

On April 13, 2017, Ramona j.j.

Maral N. Attallah

Maral Attallah, lecturer in Critical Race, Gender, & Sexuality Studies, has been awarded the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) 2016 Jack and Anita Hess Faculty Seminar Follow-Up Grant.

Jean O'Hara

Jean O'Hara, faculty member for Critical Race,Gender and Sexuality, is the editor of the recently published anthology: "Two-Spirit Acts: Indigenous Queer Performances."

This anthology includes Waawaate Fobister's play "Agokwe," which was performed at the 2011 Social Justice Summit.